This page signposts you to other organisations that may be able to help. The issues you may be facing are in alphabetical order.
In the meantime, always try to seek the advice of your GP to get the help you need as soon as you need it ….
Florence Nightingale Health Centre, Minton Lane, Church Langley Way , Harlow, Essex, CM17 9TG
Family Group Support Groups : Pinpoint, Cambridge
As a first port of call, you should visit your GP to discuss the symptoms, manifestations of any behaviour that leads you to believe you or a member of your family have Bipolar. They will then direct you to an NHS referred service or psychiatrist, or you can contact and independent alternative, such as;
www.childpsychiatrist.co.uk (for children)
www.rivershospital.co.uk – Dr Robert Schapira
The online charity www.bipolaruk.org offers some really good information and if you need support from others experiencing Bipolar… perhaps try a support group, such as the:
As a first port of call, you should visit your GP to discuss the symptoms, manifestations of any behaviour that leads you to believe you or a member of your family have Autism. They will then direct you to an NHS referred service, or you can contact and independent alternative, such as;
The Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104
24/7 advice on drug use, effects and help that may be available.
A provider of on-line mental health services for children, young people and adults – a wellbeing platform accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.
www.samaritans.org – call 116123 / email : firstname.lastname@example.org
www.giveusashout.org – text 85258
Call The Priory in Chelmsford on 01245 345345
Call Essex Victim Support: 0808 178 1694 (8am-5pm Monday-Friday).
Or call our 24-hour Supportline: 0808 168 9111.
Or visit our webpage: www.victimsupport.org.uk/help-and-support/get-help/support-near-you/east-england/essex